Conspiracy Theory

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We here at The Daily What LOOOVE a good conspiracy theory.

Today's fun features oft-hated political commentator, hero of the working class, and millionaire, Michael Moore, theorizing that the Donald was never an actual candidate for President, but was annoyed he wasn't being paid enough by NBC officials for his hit NBS TV shows, "The Apprentice" and "The Celebrity Apprentice," so he ran for office as a stunt to get better ratings and demand a higher paycheck.



According to Moore, Trump "cannot and WILL NOT suffer through being officially and legally declared a loser—LOSER!—on the night of November 8."

Moore continues that Trump "would rather invite the Clintons and the Obamas to his next wedding than have that scarlet letter L branded on his forehead seconds after the last polls have closed on that night."



So what do you think? Think Trump's in it for the money? Rumor has it he may drop out soon, so maybe he thinks he's got a giant TV paycheck coming?


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Language  Warning: Late in the video, some clips from Sandler's work get a little saucy with the language. 


Comedian Shawn Kohne calls it "The Sandlerverse".


via @TheUniBaller

He maps out, in detail how every Sandler movie is related. He even goes so far as to take into account other movies from SNL alumni and his comedy albums as well. 

As interesting as this conspiracy theory of the growing Sandlerverse is, it's doubtful this revelation will save us from more movies by Adam Sandler. It almost makes them seem worth it though... almost. 

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If you've been to 4chan's /mu/ (music) board in the past couple of years, you're probably familiar with the community's obsession over the '90s indie rock band Neutral Milk Hotel and its mysterious frontman Jeff Mangum. And if you've listened to Neutral Milk hotel's 1998 breakout album In the Aeroplane Over the Sea, you might be also aware of Mangum's obsession with Anne Frank. Inevitably, a group of tin foil hatters over at /mu/ have put the two pieces together into a hilariously wacky conspiracy theory that Jeff Mangum traveled back in time to rescue Anne Frank, brought her back to the future to grow up together posing as siblings and eventually married her in his adulthood. Read more about the story over at The Ithacan.

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Looks Legit of the Day: Santorum is clearly way off in his comparison of President Obama and Hitler. Everyone knows Obama is much more dangerous, what with him being the human vessel of multiple Reptilian overlords implanted in his head as a child.

[mefi.]

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Conspiracy Theory of the Day: Osama bin Laden's burial at sea, explained.

[tmblg / david.]

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This Changes Everything of the Day: Who knew Rebecca Black's "Friday" was actually a song about the JFK assassination? The government knew, man. The government knew.

(inb4 "Friday" isn't actually a song about the JFK assassination.)

[sfwchan / towleroad.]

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